If everything seems to go wrong, you are allowed to chew … but only for 4 minutes, exactly. Here’s what to do from the fifth minute on …
Laugh to not cry … It’s a shame that’s true. Many people think that depression means “very sad,” and unless you have experienced it personally, it is easy not to realize how deeper the problem is. Depression manifests itself in very different ways, some more … Continue reading30 things people do not know you do because of your depression
Sometimes you only need to put yourself first. No wonder the stress is on the rise. Having it alive at work, at home, or just looking at the news of the day, can have dangerous health consequences if not controlled. And this is where the … Continue reading13 realistic tips to calm down in stressful times
It is the most widespread disease in the world and continues to grow even by changing forms. According to the latest estimates by the World Health Organization (OMS), only in 2015 depression affected 350 million people, more than the entire population of the United States … Continue reading10 nutritional deficiencies that cause depression and mood swings and foods to find nutrients
There are small choices we make every day that can affect our mood more than we can imagine. Fortunately, these behaviors can be changed and here you will find 7 bad habits that influence the depression in you, where you’re sabotaging your good humor, and … Continue reading7 bad habits that influence the depression
Have you ever been here? Whoever has had it does not forget easily … Even trivial tasks become terrible monsters, impossible to win. Brushing your teeth may seem like a challenge. Sunlight is almost “offensive” and rainy days worsen the situation.
When I say that I have an anxiety disorder, many of the people I talk about are just nodding and telling me that everything will be fine. When I say, “I’m sorry today’s anxiety has taken over, can we move the appointment?” they smile, they … Continue readingWhat do I mean when I say, “I have anxiety!”
The anxiety presents itself in various forms. One of the most popular types is the one that strikes before a public presentation, an exam, or a job interview. There are many ways to fight it, but one in particular is very simple: accept it.
In the eyes of an external observer, Amanda Leventhal, a Missouri University student, seems to have everything under control. A good group of friends and engagement with the campus chorus: not a person many would qualify as “depressed.” Yet, it is. Your friends knew that … Continue readingWe have to talk about high-performance depression
Feeling stressed … From the point of view of mental health, the last fifty-two weeks were not really the best, given the electoral anguish and the drama of dramatic events that happened at regular intervals. How do you not live in a constant state of … Continue reading17 tricks to become a more calm and happy person